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The View from Puncheon Creek: Grandpa had a Crow


Salyersville Independent - Apr 6, 2017
There are about 40 species of crow but the American crow is the one this story is about. Crows are extremely intelligent birds. They are well known for their problem-solving skills and ability to communicate with each other. Crows recognize individual ...
 

Osprey, Osprey, Wherefore Art Thou Osprey?


The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News - Mar 23, 2017
The results were two great black-backed gulls and one American crow perched on nesting platforms. Recently I also observed a pair of pale red-tailed hawks flying over Lagoon Pond. They could easily have been mistaken for osprey since they were pale and ...
 

American crow highly intelligent bird | Outdoors | helenair.com


Helena Independent Record - Apr 28, 2016
If you stare out a window, nearly any window anywhere in North America and wait long enough, you will likely see an American crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos).
 

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American Crow books

Designing the New American University


by: Michael M. Crow, William B. Dabars

America’s research universities consistently dominate global rankings but may be entrenched in a model that no longer accomplishes their purposes. With their multiple roles of discovery, teaching, and public service, these institutions represent the gold standard in American higher education, but their evolution since the nineteenth century has been only incremental. The need for a new and complementary model that offers accessibility to an academic platform underpinned by knowledge production is critical to our well-being and economic competitiveness.
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American Crows


by: Lisa J. Amstutz
Who’s that squawking in the backyard? It’s an American crow! Find out where American crows live, what they eat, and how to identify the birds and their eggs.
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The American Crow & Common Raven


by: Lawrence Kilham
Lawrence Kilham was a Fellow of the American Ornithologists' Union, professor of microbiology emeritus of Dartmouth Medical School, and a distinguished virologist. He passed away in 2000. "This definitive study is a gem for both American birders and serious ornithologists." --The Indianapolis News " . . . remarkable behaviors are reviewed and discussed with a rich assortment of anecdotes from the author's 8,000 hours of field observations. . . . This book explains especially the social systems of these birds, from cooperative breeding to predator mobbing.
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American Nightmare: The History of Jim Crow


by: Jerrold M. Packard
For a hundred years after the end of the Civil War, a quarter of all Americans lived under a system of legalized segregation called Jim Crow. Together with its rigidly enforced canon of racial "etiquette," these rules governed nearly every aspect of life--and outlined draconian punishments for infractions.

The purpose of Jim Crow was to keep African Americans subjugated at a level as close as possible to their former slave status. Exceeding even South Africa's notorious apartheid in the humiliation, degradation, and suffering it brought, Jim Crow left scars on the American psyche that are still felt today.
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American Crow Calling


American Crows are not that common in the Backyard. Occasionally a large flock passes through in the winter making a big noise. None are permanent ...
 

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American Crow pairs mate for life and raise their babies with help from an extended family. Crows are vigilant and gang up on predators like owls and hawks.
 

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American Crow Makes a Rattle Call in Ontario – Nov. 22, 2016


Here, an American Crow alights on the Ontario FeederWatch Platform feeder to join another. The latecomer makes a rattle call immediately after arriving.
 

American Crow cawing


The crow is perched at the top of a bare tree at the side of a trickling creek. Tijeras Creek, Chiquita Ridge Wilderness, O'Neill Park, 2013.6.1.